What is the “Dash”?

by Dave Seldon on April 2, 2012

Pastor David Foster often told the story of visiting his Dad’s gravestone, looking at … Date of birth – Date of death … and realizing that his whole life was represented by that little “-“.

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Keeping Goin’

by gunnerguitars on May 3, 2012

I’ve been listening to some messages the past couple weeks on my iphone. I love the fact I still can hear his voice, wisdom, and delivery of God’s word. Still missing you! Runnin’ my first 5k this weekend thanks to (…)

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Still in One Peace Baby!

by Eric_n_Stacey_Gardner on April 16, 2012

  Stacey and I have had to let things soak in a bit before writing. Or at least I certainly needed to. So here’s our story and tribute to Pastor Dave. [Eric] I was that ostracized guy Pastor Dave talked (…)

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On Tragic Passings

by mmg on April 13, 2012

I can hardly believe that I’m writing this.  I discovered on Easter that Dr. David had passed away, and it’s taken me this long to decide what I wanted to write, how I wanted to remember him, and what I (…)

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Grieving, thankful and blessed…

by Wendy Vassar on April 11, 2012

My heart aches knowing Dave has gone on to prepare a place for us, but it doesn’t make it any easier. God has a plan, but honestly, I’m not liking it right now… I know in my heart he will (…)

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Top 33 Lessons learned from my brotha from anotha motha

by Michael Burgess on April 10, 2012

Things I learned and Fosterisms that are forever woven into me 1)     Poor Bubba & Bubbette 2)     Sista from another Mista 3)     Checkup from the neck up 4)     We are meant to be Thinking, Acting, Feeling people if you get (…)

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Ever So Grateful

by hfarnow on April 10, 2012

Our family started coming to the Gathering almost one year ago. At the time, I had been going through a tough time and had lost hope for the future. I had been beaten down by people claiming to be “religious”. (…)

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He was a one of a kind

by mlhegdahl on April 9, 2012

Bob and I cherish the relationship that we have with Paula and share with her in her grief in David’s passing. David will be sorely missed but his spirit will live on in each and every one of us that (…)

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Great From the Start…

by JasonHale on April 9, 2012

My very first memory of Dave came on my second or third visit to BCC around 2000ish. I was sitting near the back, as any messed up person would, and I keep hearing this person back behind be hooting & (…)

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Meant so much to so many!!

by ashleylowney on April 9, 2012

I grew up in church, but when I moved to Nashville in 2001 to start graduate school, I found that my faith was less and less of a priority.  I lived in Bellevue with my lifelong best friend.  We heard (…)

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A Goodbye to David, from an online member of his church

by K.I.D on April 8, 2012

I started watching David’s Sunday services a few yrs ago because the last Church service I went to I was sputtering and crying so hard and I couldn’t stop. No one in that church even said a word or even (…)

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